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ReForest London is planting trees all over the city, in neighbourhoods, schoolyards, parks, and natural areas.  Check out our past projects by browsing below, or by sorting the projects by type, year, or location.


With just thirty-four volunteers over 400 trees and shrubs were planted in this sports park in south London.

Giving the Gift of a Tree is the Perfect Business Gift

MTC Partners come in all shapes and sizes, from independent professionals right up to large corporations.

Over 350 people attended the Celebration Forest planting on May 25th to honour and celebrate loved ones with the gift of a tree at this third annual event.

Spectacular weather made the first park naturalization project of the spring season even more amazing at Chelsea Green on April 27, Over 125 volunteers lent a hand (and foot) to plant 460 native trees and shrubs!

Over 160 volunteers from 12 faith groups planted 630 trees and shrubs in London's first interfaith tree planting event.

Million Tree Challenge Partner, the well-known Richmond Row eatery Joe Kool's, plants a 30 foot tree in Victoria Park and donates $500 to London's Million Tree Challenge.

Million Tree Challenge Partner boomerang CREDIT UNION understands the importance of planting more trees in London so we all have a healthier, greener city.

Steve Ryall, Race Director of the Forest City Road Races talks about Partnership in the Million Tree Challenge, the 31st year of the FCRR and an opportunity for a seedling sponsor at this wonderful event with 4,500 participants.

Real estate agent and Million Tree Challenge Partner Brian Byrne is an avid supporter of the Appreciation Trees Program. He gives the gift of a tree to each client purchasing a new home and he thinks they are the perfect gift.

Leaders from London’s business community - Chamber of Commerce, London Development Institute, the Urban League of London, London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS, and the London Home Builders Association-  planted 100 trees at Byron View Park to show their support and challenge others to London Million Tree Challenge.

ReForest London Board Member and business owner Janet Frood shares why she is a Partner with London's Million Tree Challenge.

London's Carolinian Food Forest is a creative and collaborative naturalization project based on permaculture principles of design, implementation and care. The Saturday September 29th planting day dawned bright and sunny, with a threat of thunderstorms...

We all know that it takes many trees to make a forest, but to make a Celebration Forest, it also takes the hard work and determination of many volunteers!

On Saturday, September 22nd, Londoners gathered in Byron to plant trees as part of an ongoing naturalization effort led by ReForest London. 

Volunteers planted 380 native trees and shrubs in this project sponsored by Amway to celebrate their 50th anniversary.

It was not your average school day on May 8th, 2012, at Stoneybrook Public School as the students anxiously awaited their new outdoor classroom.

ReForest London volunteer Winfred Seong attended Car Free Day and wrote an article based on her observations.

London Life employees and their families planted 450 trees and shrubs at London Life's Sovereign Road facility.

K- 8 students, teachers and parents each did their share of the work to make this outdoor classroom come to life!

Over 120 trees were sold at a tree sale hosted by Middlesex-London Health Unit. More trees = heathlier environment and healthier people!

Libro Financial Group, a Million Tree Challenge Partner, helped plant 250 trees in London by giving away $50 vouchers to area gardeners.

Over 500 trees and shrubs were planted in this West end park in a project sponsored by Libro Financial Group.

More than 300 Londoners participated in the first annual commemorative planting at ReForest London's new Celebration Forest.

A new outdoor, all natural classroom was installed by the children of Clara Brenton Public School.